Meet Positives is a dating website where those living with an STD, like herpes, can meet others with the same affliction for support and dating. The team behind the app understands that most of its user base would like to keep their medical history a secret. To forgo the need to install an app, Meet Positives has created its website to work 100% on any type of device. The app is 100% auto-responsive on Android, iPhone, Tablet, or Desktop. Those who prefer using the Meetpositives.com iOS app can enjoy all the same features as the website, plus swipe right, Local Connect, and Safe Connect.
They have a dedicated Trust and Safety team that looks for dangers such as catfishing, fake profiles, scammers, and more. The team claims that their focus is on genuine people looking for real relationships. They recommend that any profile asking for personal financial details from the members of the site should be instantly reported to the Trust And Safety Team. The company claims that this is a common tactic used by scammers and those who fall for it will most likely never see the scammer or their money again. This is especially true for overseas transactions and wire transfers which cannot be reversed.
The website recommends its users to keep details such as credit card numbers, bank account details, and social security numbers private and to not share them with people that they’ve just met online. The company also asks its users to follow simple privacy checks to ensure that their online identities don’t reveal too much about their personal life like full name, addresses, phone numbers, or email addresses. The website recommends its users to remain anonymous until one is fairly comfortable with the person they are talking to. This involves making a thorough check of their public-facing profile for any sensitive information that can be potentially misused.
The website also asks its users to be discreet while logging into their profile from a shared computer. The users should ensure that they don’t save passwords and sign-in information on a shared computer. The company also insists that it never asks its members for login details over email. It requests that any such emails or communications must be reported to the support team.
The website lists a few red flags that might suggest a user is not who they claim to be in their profile. A few of them are asking the member immediately to communicate outside the dating site through other means, claiming to be from the United States but saying they are currently abroad traveling, asking for financial help, disappearing from the dating site but reemerging using a different user name, making major grammar and spelling mistakes, talking too often about fate or destiny, sending emails with links to other websites, claiming to have been widowed recently, and asking the member of their address claiming to want to send flowers. If the members find any of these red flags then the website asks them to report the user as potentially suspicious. Apart from the precautions to be taken by the user, the website is constantly monitored for suspicious activity by a fraud prevention team. When any red flags are found, the website’s fraud prevention team investigates it.
Jack, the founder of the website, says, “Meet Positives positions itself as an alternative to dating and a second chance for positive people who live with a sexually transmitted disease. They say on their website that their goal is to help impacted people feel normal again in a relationship. Meet Positives says that it helps positive singles avoid embarrassment and possible rejection by telling a potential mate about their condition. The website also claims that its members join because they want to find and date others who have experienced the same struggles.”
Meet Positives claims that it is a safe space for herpes dating. The site claims that it is responsible for numerous relationships and marriages. There are also numerous member stories on the website. The website is also a hub for the latest information about possible herpes cures, vaccinations, and treatment options. Readers can also find herpes drug reviews, their side effects, and positive experiences from the site’s members.
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Meet Positive is an alternative to dating and a second chance for positive singles who live with a sexually transmitted disease.
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